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Lavender

Real lavender grows best on the dry warm slopes in the Mediterranean region. However, it is also used in TCM; and has a long healing tradition in Asia and India. The plant that loves warmth and light has a surprisingly versatile effect. It expels the cold and cools heat,… Read More

Sandalwood

Sandalwood is made from the bark of the sandalwood tree and is an important Ayurvedic healing remedy, which has been used in Asia since approx. 500 AD. In Europe it is mainly used in aromatherapy as a soothing and relaxing remedy that is distinguished by its unmistakable spicy aroma. The… Read More

Pine needle oil

Pure essential pine needle oil is distilled from pine needles and young shoots. According to TCM the essential oil alleviates skin irritations, is antiseptic, boosts blood flow, is anti-inflammatory and prevents premature skin ageing. Read More

Angelica root

Chinese angelica root can be found in China and Japan where it is still cultivated today. It is related to the European angelica root (Angelica archangelica). The plant/root has a distinctive sweetish pungent smell and is also added to some dishes in China. The root of this plant has been… Read More

Ginger

Ginger is one of the oldest spices and healing plants. It was already cultivated 3,000 years ago in China. Ginger first came to Europe during Roman times. Ginger oil has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties and is therefore an important antioxidant that captures free radicals and helps against skin impurities. In… Read More

Wu-Zhu-Yu

In TCM it is allocated to the element of metal and is spicy, hot. Wu-Zhu-Yu is warming and expels the cold, it tonifies yang and stimulates blood flow. In cosmetics it is valued for its antibacterial effect. Read More

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